Because everybody needs a hobby and why not one that includes your pets, cat owner Rémy Vicarini 3D prints various helmets for his feline friend Cathode. This is a LEGO knight helmet and motorcycle helmet here, but below are videos of Rémy making a functional Iron Man helmet, bicycle helmet,
This is a video of a 3D printed SkyersJet electric ducted fan (EDF) that self destructs during a thrust test. I warned them not to turn it up to 11, but did they listen? The SkyersJet was designed to power large scale R/C aircraft or giant drones. Damn, that would
This is a video of Willow Creative demonstrating the very impressive 3D printed wolf mask she created, complete with animated mouth, ears, and eyes. Plus the eyes can light up. Add some fur and you’ve got yourself the spitting image of the Big Bad Wolf. Did you eat my grandma?!
This is a timelapse video created by Chris Fastie using a 3D printed ‘digital’ sundial invented by Julien Coyne, which displays the time (from 10AM to 4PM) dot-matrix style with rays of light, changing every 20 minutes as the sun moves through the fine matrix of holes inside. Some more
This is a clip from a recent Wizard Of Paws episode featuring a literal lame duck named Waddles trying out his new 3D printed prosthetic leg for the first time (and walking like a pirate), with his owner as well as Bionic Pets founder Derrick Campana getting emotional in the
Because there’s a market for baby Yoda everything, these are the 3-D printed vomiting Grogu toothpaste toppers created and sold by Etsy shop SnowBloom3D ($16 for a single, $24 for a 2-pack). The puking Grogus come with four different adapters to fit all major toothpaste brands, but no guarantee if
These are the ‘Delightful Dunkers’ 3-D printed and sold by Etsy shop FlipTricks. $8.50 will get you a pack of three skewers designed to pierce and hold the creme filling of an OREO while you dunk the cookie in a glass of milk or, if you’re doing it completely wrong,
In other realistic face mask news, Japanese artist and mask maker Shuhei Okawara is selling hyperrealistic face masks of his own and other people’s faces (links to his online store). While he never says his intention is to stick it to Big Brother, he does confirm the masks have been